Japanese retailer Bauhutte sells a great deal of furniture aimed at “gamers,” but few can top its one-stop shop for sleep and gaming. Like Voltron, but made for people who refuse to use major muscle groups, the Bauhutte “ultimate gaming bed” combines an elevated headboard, desk, snack shelves, tablet holder, and a bed to ensure you will only have to get up to use the bathroom, hopefully.
The full setup, which turns eight different products into a cocoon, costs roughly ¥113,250, or about $1,048 (snacks sold separately). “I wake up and move from my bed to my desk,” its description reads. “Why is that so complicated? Gaming beds solve this problem.”
I guess that’s true. Far be it for me to judge. But I do have a few quick…tech, The Verge, The Verge - All Posts